Discussion in 'Help Files' started by Paul Bellow, May 12, 2017.
Let me know, and I'll grant you access to the authors only section of the site.
Hey there. LitRPG author here. Fjorgyn series.
Got you added RJ! Nothing in the private author forum yet, but we'll see what happens.
I'm an author as well.
Hey, you! On it now.
I'm an author of this crazy stuff, too... I'll roll for perception and you can tell me if I've found the secret room.
16. That's an 18, after I add 3 from my "Murder Your Darlings" ability and take 1 way because of my "You Have a Tendency to Take a Thing Too Far" racial...
I think you're going to fit in here just fine.
Got you added to the Authors group!
There's another secret forum. You need to buy a torch to access it. It's where all the "cool kids" hang out! lol
Thanks! I'll gather supplies and see what happens. It's dangerous to go alone, and all of that...
Solo quests can occasionally be fun lol, but I hear ya...
As I've mentioned elsewhere, this place is brand new, so I'm really looking to the community members for help on how it should grow/evolve.
Sounds good. I'l try to break a few things and report back.
Great idea, by the way!
Pretty sure this is proof LitRPG fans are the best kind of people
Definitely LITRPG fans are the best. The authors are good to as long as they don't leave me hanging on a cliff.
Author C A A Allen of "The Cave Maze" fame checking in!
Author of Unbound Deathlord: Challenge here
Got you added! You should see it on the homepage now in list of forums.
What if we are not published, but are working on our first novel? (or first several?)
Do you have anything up on RRL (Royal Road Legends) or elsewhere?
Part of me thinks publication should be a barrier of entry? On the other hand, the Author Group forum could help a newbie author in various ways. Maybe we need a half-way house - Aspiring Writer Guild? I kinda like that idea. Either in the LitRPG Books category or off on its own in a secret forum ala Deep Dark Cave (DDC)...
Speaking of the hidden forums - I like that idea because new members won't be overwhelmed with too many options when they first arrive. As they settle in, they can join the guilds that interest them the most and personalize their LitRPG Forum experience.